Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) November 11, 2011
Software Industry Report publishes discussions of data online backup solutions versus backup software. The high number of malicious downloads played a large part in the immediate popularity of online backup solutions, but the various advantages of online data storage and backup ensured that online options retained their popularity once users got experience with the services.
Users looking for a valid backup solution tend to search for that solution online. Results typically include both software downloads and online data storage solutions. Beginning to intermediate users may feel inadequate in identifying the best backup solution for their needs. For this reason, Software Industry Report felt it necessary to include a discussion of the online data backup service option in relation to the more traditional data backup software download.
Randy White of Software Industry Report indicated, “Once users have identified which type of backup solution they would feel most comfortable depending on, they can turn to the numerous reviews available here on the site.”
Software Industry Report is dedicated to identifying the best softwares through rigorous testing by experienced computer geeks. These experts can aid normal PC users in bypassing the “problem” softwares and ineffective programs that can do more harm than good. The Software Industry Report testing group includes individuals reaching across the globe, and follows strict testing standards that include identification of not only effective software, but software that is easy to use for the average PC owner. The latest and most in depth research is provided to consumers to aid them in making the best software purchases that will allow their PC to function at optimum levels.
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Contact: Randy White
Company: Software Industry Reports
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